Time and Fractals

November 11, 2006

As regards the perception of linear time on the physical plane, we would have to say that all physical presences and objects are moving through linear time. But of course, that movement is associated with the fractilic manifestation of the time experience itself. We have said before but we will reiterate, the accumulative effect of the passage of time creates its own fractilic pattern, just as every life sets up algorithms based on the life task, previous experience, and the overleaves.

This is not only true for creatures living planet-bound, but is true for interstellar traveling species and for such objects as planets and stars. Because there is an algorithm that initiates the fractilic expression, it brings about both the expansion and contraction of the fractal, and for many fragments the desire to continue on a straight line from any given phase of an experiential fractal is particularly strong as regards the perception of the passage of time. Whether the culture values youth or age or both or neither, the fragment is likely to reach a fractilic point where there is an intense desire for stasis and the perception that one will not go beyond this point in any significant way. Not only is this impossible, it is heavily tied to Chief Features and cultural expectations. When that particular point becomes intrusive in the life, it can affect such things as Monadal Transits, Fulfilling Agreements, and burning karma. We would therefore recommend for those fragments who perceive themselves in stasis: the process of keeping a journal dedicated to different occurrences in every-day life that be compared to days that seem similar.

By learning to validate the passage of time, and the fractal that accompanies it, and to accept the reality of the passage of time, we would think that the advantages of the energy "freed up" by "riding the curl" (hahaha) would be worth giving up the illusion that time itself can be "corralled" and shaped to suit not only the expectations of Family Icons, but the cultural paradigms having to do with the desirability of stasis. By releasing those complicated expectations, we would think that many more instances not only of validated intimacy but of self intimacy as well can be not only recognized and validated but enlarged upon and made more accessible.

We have said before that the physical plane is the only plane in which time is linear. As such, it creates the kinds of experiences and defines them in ways that do not apply to other planes of existence and plays, therefore, a crucial part in "making the most" of the physical plane -- should you choose to do so.

The end...for now.